Tuesday, September, 24, 2019 04:53:22

China leads crude steel production followed by India and Japan

A report by WorldSteel suggests India overtook Japan in its crude steel production capabilities in 2017 India has apparently replaced Japan to occupy the place of the second largest steel producing country in the world, according to a report compiled by the World Steel Association, the international trade body …

Goldman takes the lead in Nutmeg’s £45 million investment round

With the latest funding round, Nutmeg Saving and Investment Ltd. is now valued at $317.1 million approximately. Nutmeg, an investment management firm in UK, has reportedly announced that it has raised funds from investors – Goldman’s Principal Strategic Investments subsidiary, in addition to the HK …

Samsung brings to light its small-sized high-resolution image sensor

The device will make it to mainstream production in Q1 2019. Samsung Electronics, a leader in semiconductor technology, has reportedly announced the introduction of its compact image sensor (high resolution) known as the ISOCELL Slim 3T2. The 0.8μm-pixel device is the smallest image sensor, standing …

P&G plans to undertake extensive ocean plastic waste management

Procter & Gamble (P&G), the American consumer goods company, is currently in the news for co-founding AEPW (Alliance to End Plastic Waste), a new organization aimed at controlling the levels of ocean plastic waste. Reportedly, P&G, which also owns personal care brand such as Olay, …

Uber to explore autonomous tech for scooter & bike sharing programs

 The new division would reside in the company’s shared electric scooter & bike group, JUMP.  The unit would be exploring autonomous bikes & scooters that are capable of driving themselves to requesting riders’ locations. Uber, a renowned Silicon Valley-based ride-hailing service provider, is reportedly looking …